A community of practice is an informal or organized learning community or space in which members do the following:
Demonstrate mutual engagement
Participate in a common endeavor or “joint enterprise”
Use and develop a “shared repertoire” of common language, style, and routines
Communities of Practice support collaborative networks of individuals and organizations working together to improve their own operations and the public health. Our Community of Practice includes participants in our webinars, microresearch recipients, research collaborators, and more.